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The University of Notre Dame Australia is a leading institution in Australia. It offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in arts & sciences, business, philosophy & theology, education, law, nursing & midwifery, physiotherapy, medicine and health sciences. The University has campuses in Sydney, Perth and Broome. It also has seven additional Clinical Schools in New South Wales and Victoria, which are part of its School of Medicine. The institution has one of the highest graduate employment rates in the country. During their time studying, students are offered individual career support, covering everything from CV writing to brushing up on their interview skills.

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48 International student nationalities at this university

7.02% International students from USA

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COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

A$22,500

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

A$18,200

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

A$31,710

POSTGRADUATE

A$39,200

VOCATIONAL

A$28600

CRICOS

Provider code:01032F

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Anonymous, England 4

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The university of Notre Dame Fremantle is very unique it does not have a campus as such, the university itself is build in and around the local business and attractions of Fremantle. Fremantle is a very chilled and laid back area it is the port of perth. I enjoy studying at Notre Dame being able to walk read full review

The university of Notre Dame Fremantle is very unique it does not have a campus as such, the university itself is build in and around the local business and attractions of Fremantle. Fremantle is a very chilled and laid back area it is the port of perth. I enjoy studying at Notre Dame being able to walk straight of a lecture hall and into the streets of a vibrant culture is thrilling. The University has lots to offer especially if you are struggling or require help there are multiple free workshops on at lunchtimes and weekends that are of great benefit. At first Notre Dame is a little hard to navigate however within a week or so you will know you way around with no problems what so ever. The lectures and tutors are all extremely friendly and just want to see you do the best you can, they are always willing to give you some of their time to help out in any way they can. The uni is easily accessible via public transport and car, however parking is limited and can cost up to $6 a day. show less

Anonymous, England 4

Notre Dame Uni Review

University of Notre Dame, usually just referred to as Notre Dame, was a very welcoming place. It is situated in Fremantle which is the most multi-cultural area of the southern suburbs of western Australia. It is also very close to the beach. Although the academic aspect of the university was up to stand read full review

University of Notre Dame, usually just referred to as Notre Dame, was a very welcoming place. It is situated in Fremantle which is the most multi-cultural area of the southern suburbs of western Australia. It is also very close to the beach. Although the academic aspect of the university was up to standards the lack of daily activities made my stay at the university not too enjoyable which later pushed me to look for a change elsewhere. show less